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3427 - What is on the Melksham Agenda?
Pulling together headlines from various sources, I've come up with the following as a list of "interesting things going on / happened recently in Melksham" ... Events 2012 -> Town Council Area Board, 20th September Art in Wiltshire initiative 26th SCOB meeting 27th Chamber meeting Town Traders Mee ....

3426 - Automed web site testing scripted in Ruby using watir-webdriver
How do you test your web site? With a visit to a few pages, or by waiting for customer feedback if something's not working? That's a very risky approach, and what you really need is a planned and systematic testing regime, with unit tests that must be passed (but will flag fails) run on a regular b ....

3425 - Our National Autograss Champion, from Melksham
Congratulation to Sarah, one of our key team members, in regaining the National Autograss Racing Championship (for class 2 vehicles) at Hereford last weekend. Pictured here holding a rather large cup, a certificate, and goodness knows what else. Sarah's been dedicated to the sport for a number o ....

3424 - Divide 10000 by 17. Do you get 588.235294117647, 588.24 or 588? - Ruby and PHP
If you divide £10,000 between 17 lucky children, each gets £588.23 ... but if you divide the number 10,000 by the number 17, you get 588.235294117647. How do you format the data to the appropriate number of decimal places? In Ruby, you can use the % operator on a string - which is an ....

3423 - 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 12?
On Sunday - the first time in a long while - Lisa and I visited the shopping Mall at Cribb's Causeway near Bristol. It was lively and busy; we bought some things we needed in John Lewis (and were disappointed that others were out of stock), we looked at a variety of ladies clothing, we ate at Nand ....

3422 - Assigning values to variables within other statements - Ruby
In Ruby, and in Perl too, you can use assignments within other statements and in so doing perform two distinct actions in one line of code. Here's what I mean (using irb - interactive Ruby):   >> j = 16   => 16   >> print "The value is #{k=j} at the moment"  &nbs ....

3421 - Ruby off the Rails?
Time was ... "if it's Ruby it must be Rails". The Ruby on Rails framework was the initial killer application that brought the Ruby language to the attention of many, and was so prevelant that it masked other excellent uses. So I'm delighted to see significant other uses of Ruby growing in addition ....

3420 - Making best use of the new enthusiasm for Melksham
Wanted - keen, enthusiastic people to drive Melksham forward into the future. And wanted - those people working together to make us a better community in terms of success, prosperity, greenness, life quality, enjoyability. We have a lot of enthusiastic people and I'm delighted to read in various l ....

3419 - Data that we use during our training courses, and other training resources
When you come on a training course with Well House Consultants, you leave with a thorough set of notes covering the topics on your course. And within those notes you'll find plenty of source code examples illustrating each topic. Rather than type in the examples in your notes to try them later, you ....

3418 - Tcl packages, pkg_mkIndex, pkgIndex.tcl -what are they and why use them.
In the previous article [here], I wrote about namespaces and how - as our program grows - we need to keep named pieces of code and globally accessible variable in their own groups. And we do so using a structure that's very much like family names and forenames. As our program grows, we also need t ....

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